Avi Dor

Departments of Health Policy and Economics
George Washington University
2021 K street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20037
Tel: 202-530-2368

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NBER Program Affiliations: HC , HE
NBER Affiliation: Research Associate
Institutional Affiliation: George Washington University

NBER Working Papers and Publications

May 2019Do Stricter Immunization Laws Improve Coverage? Evidence from the Repeal of Non-medical Exemptions for School Mandated Vaccines
with Chelsea J. Richwine, Ali Moghtaderi: w25847
November 2016Do Good Reports Mean Higher Prices? The Impact of Hospital Compare Ratings on Cardiac Pricing
with William Encinosa, Kathleen Carey: w22858
August 2016Immunization and Moral Hazard: The HPV Vaccine and Uptake of Cancer Screening
with Ali Moghtaderi: w22523
October 2015Private Safety-Net Clinics: Effects of Financial Pressures and Community Characteristics on Closures
with Suhui Li, Jesse M. Pines, Mark S. Zocchi, Renee Y. Hsia: w21648
September 2013Impact of Mortality-Based Performance Measures on Hospital Pricing: the Case of Colon Cancer Surgeries
with Partha Deb, Michael Grossman, Gregory Cooper, Siran Koroukian, Fang Xu: w19447
March 2013How Do Hospitals Respond to Market Entry? Evidence from A Deregulated Market for Cardiac Revascularization
with Suhui Li: w18926

Published: Suhui Li & Avi Dor, 2015. "How Do Hospitals Respond to Market Entry? Evidence from a Deregulated Market for Cardiac Revascularization," Health Economics, vol 24(8), pages 990-1008.

January 2010Does Prescription Drug Adherence Reduce Hospitalizations and Costs?
with William Encinosa, Didem Bernard: w15691

Published: Does prescription drug adherence reduce hospitalizations and costs? The case of diabetes. Encinosa, W., Bernard, D., Dor, A. "Does prescription drug adherence reduce hospitalizations and costs? The case of diabetes." Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research, Vol. 22 151-173. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Apr 2010.

May 2007End-stage Renal Disease and Economic Incentives: The International Study of Health Care Organization and Financing
with Mark V. Pauly, Margaret A. Eichleay, Philip J. Held: w13125

Published: Avi Dor & Mark Pauly & Margaret Eichleay & Philip Held, 2007. "End-stage renal disease and economic incentives: the International Study of Health Care Organization and Financing (ISHCOF)," International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics, Springer, vol. 7(2), pages 73-111, September.

September 2004How Does Cost-Sharing Affect Drug Purchases? Insurance Regimes in the Private Market for Prescription Drugs
with William Encinosa: w10738
April 2004Managed Care Discounting: Evidence from the MarketScan Database
with Siran M. Koroukian, Michael Grossman: w10437

Published: Avi Dor & Siran M. Koroukian & Michael Grossman, 2004. "Managed Care Discounting: Evidence from the MarketScan Database," INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing, vol 41(2), pages 159-169.

March 2004Transaction Prices and Managed Care Discounting for Selected Medical Technologies: A Bargaining Approach
with Michael Grossman, Siran M.Koroukian: w10377

Published: Dor, Avi, Michael Grossman and Siran M. Koroukian. “Hospital Transaction Prices and Managed-Care Discounting for Selected Medical Technologies.” American Economic Review 94, 2 (May 2004): 352-356.

June 2003The Effects of Private Insurance on Measures of Health: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study
with Joseph Sudano, David W. Baker: w9774
September 2002Does Managerial 'Outsourcing' Reduce Expense Preference Behavior? A Comparison of Adopters and Non-Adopters of Contract-Management in US Hospitals
with Kathleen Carey: w9157
February 2001Administered Prices and Suboptimal Prevention: Evidence from the Medicare Dialysis Program

Published: Dor, Avi. "Optimal Price Rules, Administered Prices And Suboptimal Prevention: Evidence From A Medicare Program," Journal of Regulatory Economics, 2004, v25(1,Jan), 81-104.

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